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to know about! after hours. nasa constructed this look at our little rock using cloud- fre night images from a new wear satelite. it's our best l >>> this is earth after hours. nasa constructed this picture using images from the new weather satellite. one scientist put it "unlike humans, the earth never sleeps. ." >>> one livermore light display is the biggest in the bay area. elizabeth cook is live. >> reporter: i have a question for you. have you set up your christmas decorations yet? >> yes, i have! >> reporter: you have! okay. well, let's see how yours compare to this. >> wow! >> reporter: this is dave's house of the doves! this year's theme: elfland. it was selected as hd tv's top-10 home displays in the u.s. and beat out the guinness book of world records for the most lights. and that national christmas tree with its 80,000 lights, it makes that look like charley brown's christmas tree. >> in is just over the top! >> it's sort of one of the first things we always do every year. it's just magical for me. >> reporter: it's a tradition that began 30 years ago by deacon dave. >> i
a wonderful world and these are pictures to now prove it. never before seen images from nasa taken from satellite. they are spanning across africa to asia are being collected in a new nasa e-book called "earth as art." it's available in hard cover, electronically and as an app it will be free. >>> now let's take a look at the planet as a whole. the image was made from the data taken from the new satellite and according to nasa the view was constructed from the satellite's high resolution night images and then mapped over existing images of earth and as you can see the new image is completely cloud-free. the glowing you see across the planet is both part of natural and man made lights. i would like to see new york city in that. >> i like to see afternoon den 34th tree. >>> this time of year you need the warm clothes and some people simply can't afford them. so baltimore city public works officials they're helping out. they're accepting mittens, caps, gloves and scarves. it's part of the 39th annual mitten tree collection. it's taking place today at the municipal building. they will be do
their eyes at our demise. nasa scientists tell people not to worry about the myan calendar. "red eye" hit the streets to see if the they are ready for the end of days as the stupid scientists aren't. naked party at my place on the 20th, everyone. >> it is the end of the world as we know it, and all of these people feel fine. let's find out why. >> you are aware of what is happening on december 21st, 2012, yes? >> the myan prediction that the world will end? >> well, i hate to use the word prediction. it is happening. >> i don't think you can predict the end of the world. i am not too much of a believer jie. what part of the myans always being right do you not understand? >> have you been hoarding your goods and bombshelter and lots of unpro -- unprotected sex? >> none of the above. >> i am starting to think you are not taking armageddon seriously enough. >> i like to live on the edge. i think i can handle it. >> here is why i think it can be an asteroid attack. have you seen "deep impact." >> no. >> we had a black president in that movie too. >> buying all kinds of stuff, and then i will
direction nasa is heading. >>> who's celebrating a birthday today? check it out. transportation secretary a lahood is 67. andrew cuomo is 55. she was a former tv crush of mine years ago, actress general mean turner still -- janine turner still beautiful at 50. british actor know clark is 57. actress lindsey price is 36 today. happy birthday if it's your day too like our colleague shelly. happy birthday to you. i6 >>> hello. welcome back to 9news now. 5:46 on this thursday morning. it's definitely colder this morning. you'll need to bundle up. >> i wish i had the ear muffs when i was on the weather terrace. frederick down to 23. that just gives you an idea. they are the cold spot. we have lots of 20s out in the suburbs. even charlie in catlett called in at 27 in fauquier county. thankfully the winds are relatively light, generally 5 miles an hour or less. here's a look at the bus stop forecast. you already know it's cold outside but it will be sunny. winds this morning northerly at about 5, 8 miles an hour. they go southeast this afternoon with 20s and 30s. the sunrise 7:13. we'll lose a f
's slightly more than 29% of shoppers to visit stores some black friday. >> nasa has released new nighttime satellite photos of earth. these photos were captured by nasa-n 08 which is equipped with a sensor to i observe the planet at night. different images around the world like the nile river united states and the east coast has been captured with the new satellite. the satellite also captured the blow from natural sources including moonlight, northern lights and naturally occurring fires. >> scientists have found evidence that the moon took quite a begin as early days. below the surface, the moon's interior is battered and cracks. measurements by the nasa nasaebb and flow also found that the moon's crechcrust is much then and sciences thought only about 25 mi. thick. >> six different artists have tied for the most grammy award nominations. connie west, j. his seat, frank ocean, and dan auerbach hand of the black teas, mumford and sons and fun. and the rockers or joint at the top of the list by hip-hop mainstays, midwest and jasey, along with in the pot ben sun, who wrote the success of it
to connect. rethink possible. hours. nasa constructed this look at our little rock es >>> well, take a look at this. this is earth after hours thanks to nasa, they constructed this look at our little rock here using cloud- free night images from a new weather satellite. look at all the lights there. it's our best look yet at what our planet looks like when the lights are on. as one scientist said, unlike humans, the earth never sleeps. keeps spinning and keeps moving on. beautiful. >> love all these images coming out of nasa. >> we have a little football game tonight. >> no kidding. >> you want to talk about it? >> there's a big game tonight! i'm so excited. the raiders and the broncos. >> who are you rooting for? >> i'm -- who else would i root for? >> who are you rooting senator. >> who else would i root for? >>> the game will be dry if you plan to head out. cloudy skies but no rain this morning. going to keep things dry around the bay area for today. but all the raindrops left behind so we're seeing fog out there this morning. temperatures generally in the 50s outside. i think as we hea
. sounds thick but it's thinner than scientists thought. nasa presented findings in a san francisco meeting of the american geo physical union. ebb and flow will continue to study the [oi moon until they crash into the surface of the moon this month. >> well, let's go outside and take a look at the sky. >> it's breaking up a little bit. sandhya patel is live.b3g4Ñ >> hi dan and cheryl. i have live doppler 7 to keep me head of the storm. it's dry out here, bewe do have low level moisture in the wake of the storm. so we're going to see some fog tonight into tomorrow morning commute. as look towards the bay you can see clouds starting to break up a little bit. checking out live doppler 7 hd still watching showers. veryf0zkykccppsÑÑi sunny day as head turning milder this weekend. here is a look at satellite radar. you can see a cold front came through and is now on the way out. high pressure building in. you can know what this means for your weekend. we're looking at a nice, dry pattern. tonight looking for possibility of residual showers, then, tomorrow morning we're looking at fog. you
sister te, the $8 million man, and nasa's high res look at you on our planet earth. "early today" starts right now. >> announcer: this is "early today" for thursday, december 6th, 2012. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm lynn berry. well, this week president obama put syrian leader bashar al assad on notice specifically about the use of chemical weapons, and now we know why. pentagon sources tell nbc news syria is preparing chemical weapons for their possible use against the syrian people in the form of aerial bombs. >> reporter: as the fighting grows more intense and syrian rebels close in on damascus, the syrian regime has turned increasingly desperate. u.s. officials tell nbc news the syrian military has now loaded the precursor chemicals for seron nerve gas into aerial bombs that could be dropped from dozens of syrian fighter bombers. this week u.s. intelligence detected a flurry of activity at chemical weapons site, like this one near homs. while u.s. officials confirmed the precursor chemicals are loaded and they must be mixed together to get the sarin gas. president obama and hillary
singing until the lights are turned back on. correct the musicians of mali. nasa has released some images of the world from space, called the black marble. the cameras on board the satellite are so sensitive they can detect light from a single ship at sea. spectacular images there. our main story, the egyptian army has deployed tanks and armored vehicles outside the presidential palace, telling demonstrators they must leave the area within an hour. all questions now on whether there will be a compromise on the draft constitution with the referendum still planned for december 15, just over a week ago. overnight there have been bloody clashes between supporters of president mohamed morsi and opponents which of left five people dead and dozens injured. that's all for us for now. bye-bye for now. >> makes sense of international news at bbc.com/news. >> funding of this presentation was made possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu, newman's own foundation, and union bank. >> at union bank, our relationship managers work hard to understand the industry you op
, this incredible new view of our planet. these images were captured by a nasa satellite traveling some 800 kilometers above earth. the satellite is usually used for looking at weather events. as you can see your, the cameras are also very good at capturing the lights of our cities at night. that brings the program to a close. tune in tomorrow when i sit down with the head of the imf, christine lagarde. thanks for watching. good night. >> makse sessetintnaeronal news at bbc.com/news. >> funding of this presentation was made possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu, newman's own foundation, and union bank. >> at union bank, our relationship managers work hard to understand the industry you operate in, working to nurture new ventures and help provide capital for key strategic decisions. we offer expertise and tailored solutions in a wide range of industries. what can we do for you? >> "bbworld news" was presented by kcet, los angeles. presented by kcet, los angeles.
. you can see all the light from the populated areas. this is from nasa. it's going to help us study some of the human activities on the earth we don't understand so well and even some weather activities we don't understand in the dark, kind of cool stuff. that's a composite again. >>> let's take live look outside. we are looking at temperatures primarily in the 40s now, 50 downtown, but the burbs are in the 40s, dew points upper 20s. we have a colder night in store, much drier air mass, winds still north, northwest at 15 and pressure still rising at 30.24 inches of mercury. i mentioned this at 6:00. this is my holiday survey. what position is the bow on your wreath? maybe 12:00, 1:00 or down to the right, 5:00? tweet me at topper's weather. we'll announce the preference tomorrow. i had an idea of what i thought would be the winner, but i may be wrong. let me know where your bow is positioned. 20 mile-per-hour wind guss in gaithersburg, 22 -- gust in gaithersburg, 22 still downtown. the winds will die down. it will be a slow process. 46 in rockville, bethesda, 45 in fair fax, 48 coll
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in their infancy than previously believed. using mapping data nasa says the moon is badly pockmarked below the surface. nasa presented the findings at a san francisco meeting of the -- >> when you are hungry the smell of a fresh baked pizza can be intoxicating that's why pizza has made purr fume. the company boasts -- perfume. the company boasts -- a little touch behind the area and anchovies maybe, the company passed out 110 bottles of the concoction to fans on its canadian facebook page it is not the first to try a perfume, burger king made a grilled meat -- [ unintelligible ] >> i can see that backfiring. instead of attracting romantic interest, like a bear will come after you. >> yes. 5:28. >>> developing news in the east bay, turning to more serious note, deputies trying to solve the mystery of a body found along side 680 freeway. >>> watery mess in san francisco after care hits a fire hydrant. why the driver is >>> good morning. thank you for being with us. i'm kristen sze. >>> i'm eric thomas. we have raiders-broncos tonight. mike has the forecast. >>> looks like we are going to hav
's giveaway. >> thank you. we're getting spectacular new pictures of nasa today of the planet earth. these nighttime views are called the black marble. they're made up of composite data. nasa says the satellite is so sensitive, it can detect light from just a single ship at sea. >> wow. >> that's pretty incredible. >> really incredible. and i can see why they call it marble. looks like extraordinary marble, doesn't it? >> looks like what my mother used to trip over all the time. >> straight ahead on wjz eyewitness news at 4:00. shocking scene. the ground collapses in turkey, injuring at least one person. >>> police rush in to arrest a suspect and his family blocks the way. >>> and we are back to normal mid-december temperatures. and it may warm up just in time for the weekend. bob is updating your first warning forecast. [ boy 1 ] hey! that's the last crescent. oh, did you want it? yea we'll split it. [ female announcer ] made fresh, so light buttery and flakey. that's half that's not half! guys, i have more! thanks mom [ female announcer ] pillsbury
west, jay-z, mumford and sons. and dan hourback of the black keys. >>> nasa released unprecedented images of earth today. the pictures show twinkling city lights and other nighttime views never seen before, dubbed the black marble. they were taken during april and october this year. they provide a more realistic view of our planet. nasa has a new satellite to capture the new images. >>> the new national children's museum is getting ready for a grand >>> this is the scene on eellipse. the first family throwing the switch a few minutes allege. that is ledisi entertaining everyone. a lovely scene down there. >>> also tonight, the groundbreaking for the national children's museum, after years without a home. prince george's county bureau chief tracee wilkins gets a preview of the museum's new facility soon to open at national harbor. >> reporter: it's been eight years since the capitol children's museum closed in northeast washington after operating for three decades. but even without a home, the museum has still been active. >> we've been running what we've been calling a museum witho
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years. >>> nasa posting some intriguing video of our planet that was taken by a satellite at night. this video here shows the earth lit up by city lights in various parts of the globe. it was taken by a new satellite for nasa and the national weather service and was released just this week during a conference in san francisco. scientists say the new day/knightsen sore on the satellite makes it possible to view previously unobserved events on earth such as nighttime cloud formation. >>> we have gotten a lot of rain over the last couple days. are we pretty much done for now. >> we've got a break in the showers. they're very light. might be a few more tonight but it's really winding down so that's the good news. again this was more of a run of the mill storm as compare today those we saw over the weekend or sunday. live storm tracker 2 picks out showers here and i've had reports of modern rain fall up in the hills above san jose hose but, again, most of it is dying down. tonight we're looking for wet ground, cool long nights in valley fog to form so that's really the weather story. mo
from space. look. nasa released brand new images, the continents lit up, asia and australia, africa and europe, south america and north america. the united states, a beacon of light, right there across the galaxy. >>> and our person tonight is dave brubeck, the man who put the urgent pulse into american jazz. he died at the age of 91, after a life of breaking through racial barriers and musical ones. before brubeck, this was the simple rhythm of most jazz songs. listen. ♪ but after brubeck, the famous five-four rhythm that rocked the world. here it is. ♪ dave brubeck. and we know there are people and videos that capture your imagination every day, so, tweet me your thoughts for the "instant index," @dianesawyer. >>> and, coming up right now, we have a test for you. is this the queen of england? >> my dear, thank you so much. >> or, is this the queen of england? >> thank you for inviting me. >> do you know which one is the imposter? stay tuned. made a commitment to the gulf. bp has paid over twenty-three billion dollars to help those affected and to cover cleanup costs. today, th
as well. they're the first women to become fully qualified submarine officers. nasa today gave us an unprecedented view of earth at night. it's a composite animation from hundreds of satellite pictures showing the lights of major cities, but also vast areas of darkness, especially in less developed parts of the world. remember this picture. lyndon johnson taking the oath after the assassination of president kennedy. one of the last eyewitnesses in the picture died last night, former texas congressman jack brooks. in his 42 years in the house, brooks not only witnessed history, he made it. he wrote the articles of impeachment against richard nixon. jack brooks was 89. making history and making music. we'll take five to remember jazz great dave brubeck next. ♪ captioning sponsored by cbs >>> finally tonight, dave brubeck was a jazz pioneer who kept his own kind of time. as a pianist and composer, brubeck challenged the standard musical cadence with exotic rythyms and styles. brubeck, who would have turned 92 tomorrow, died today. anthony mason takes "time out" to remember his work
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called ebb and flow, they say the moon is badly pockmarked and the crust is just 25 miles thick. nasa presented the findings at the scientific meeting. they will continue to study the moon until they crash into it later this month. >> back here on this planet. as the sight that you will not soon forget. driving going to the dogs in the new zealand. they want to demonstrate the intelligence of you rescue dogs in the hopes that more people will adopt them. they spent weeks learning and receiving treats the whole time. >> we start the car and get it into position, brake on, gear in place, on the steering wheel. take off. and head along the straits and stop. >> the dogs have mastered the basic movement. they practiced on a it learned what a series called instinct active behaviors. >> we changed the behaviors. you put them into a sequence, but there a lot to do and for the dog to get an idea what actually is happening takes quite a long time. >> dan: but the hard work pays off. it is a little unsettling seeing a dog behind the wheel. they will get the ultimate road test, driving live on na
at night. aren't those great? you can thank a brand new nasa satellite that has a special sensor for night viewing. patti ann? >> norah, the north american aerospace defense has been tracking santa every year as he travels around the world for christmas. ever since 1955 without fail. a new children's book shows how important this defense command is to keeping christmas safe. michael keen is the author of the night santa got lost. how norad saved christmas. great to have you here. >> thanks for having me. >> what inspired you to write this book? >> i was embedd in iraq with the 101st air division we were in a town close to the syrian border in 2003. on christmas day the troops got me and dragged me out of bed early and wanted to show me something. dragged me outside flthrough a flood light on and illuminated this 50-foot christmas tree they put up. you can't find a christmas tree in iraq. it showed me the ingenuity and america's spirit of trying to celebrate christmas wherever they are. and the second event was a couple years later i was invited by u.s. air force general duncan mcnabb head
sister kate. >>> the $8 million man and nasa's high res look at you on our planet earth. good morning, everyone. i'm lynn berry. this week president obama puts syrian leader bahsar al assad on notice about the use of chemical weapons. and now we know why. pentagon sources tell nbc news that syria is preparing chemical weapons for the possible use against the military people in the form of aerial bombs. jim miklaszewski reports. >> reporter: as the fighting grows more intense and syrian rebels close in on damascus, the syrian regime has turned increasingly desperate. u.s. officials tell nbc news the syrian military loaded the precursor chemicals for sarn nerve gas into aerial bombs. that could be dropped from dozens of syrian fighter bombers. this week u.s. intelligence detected a flurry of activity at chemical weapons sites like this one. while u.s. officials confirm the precursor chemicals are loaded, they must still be mixed together to create the deadly sarin gas. the development shook the world. president obama and secretary of state hillary clinton issued strong warnings to syria
, really spectacular views, of planet earth after dark. >> nasa just released these stunning images of earth at night, taking from a new satellite. you see dense clusters coming alive. and boats popping up along the nile river. >> there's big cities. light from middle east oil exploration. even wildfires in australia. pretty cool. >>> well, a new campaign that's meant to raise awareness about the deficit crisis, is getting lots of buzz. >> it calls on young folks to get serious about the deficit, and it stars former senator, alan simpson. >> stop instagraming your breakfast and tweeting your problems. and getting on youtube so you can see "gangnam style." >> he's got the moves. >> you go ahead, boy. >> 81-year-old alan simpson, right there, kicking it gangnam style. the can kicks back, a play on kicking the can down the road. that's simpson of simpson-bowles. >> that was the commission working to reduce the deficit. there's your commission chairman. whatever gets folks' attention, right? the work not in vain. there's your chairman. looking good, allen. break it down. looks good in e
>>> this is earth after hours in a big way. nasa constructed throbbing at our little rock here using cloud-free night images from a new weather satellite. it is our best look yet at what our planet looks like with all the lights turned on there. check it out. as one scientist put it, unlike humans, the earth never sleeps. >> that's a cool image. >> beautiful. >>> now what sells cool? >> i'm not going there. [ laughter ] >> lawrence! >> look who never sleeps. >> yeah, guys. you know what? it's been wild weather around the bay area. we are finally going to catch a much-needed break as high pressure sneaks back in. temperatures around the bay area fairly mild this morning. a lot of clouds outside and, of course, with the rainfall, plenty of moisture on the ground so we are seeing some of that fog outside. be careful heading out the door. still, these numbers not too bad under mostly cloudy skies. we have a lot of 50s outside right now. 57 san jose, 56 san francisco. 58 oakland. looks like throughout the day the dense fog is going to start to break up and then by the afternoon partly cloudy s
. >> they are nasa images taken from the satellite that shows what the earth looks like while we are sleeping. take a look at these pictures. you can see the east coast full of likes. as you get closer to the midwest, not as many lights. a lot of these show wildfires and unexpected gas playeflares as well. and this is from the mild liver -- nile rier in egypt -- river. you can see the majority of the lights are in north america and europe and in asia. not as many in south america and africa. the images are so precise they can pick up a twinkle of light on a ship at sea. it can help them predict some weather patterns as well. i'm sure jacqui jeras will be taking a look at these pictures as we see how the earth looks overnight. back to you. >> thank you. a lot of early risers on the east coast. it's 35 degrees out. chilly outside. washington states's marijuana law takes effect today, allowing adults to have up to announce of the drug and bans the public use of marijuana. state officials will regulate farming, distribution, and selling marijuana in stores early next year. until then you can only purch
transactions. >>> and on a day we were given stunning views, from nasa, about the very same planet, we also learned as our very own anne thompson reports, the arctic is continuing to break records, including greater melt of the ice sheet. and less snow records, it is unlikely, scientists say that conditions can be reversed any time soon. >>> still ahead for us with time running out on the way to a new deal. congress is running out of time, potentially a way to run the country off the fiscal cliff. >>> and later, how kate middleton got caught up in a royal hoax while hospitalized in london. th. so give unitedhealthcare a call today. consider a medicare advantage plan. it can combine doctor and hospital coverage with prescription drug coverage for as low as a zero dollar monthly premium. you only have until december 7th to enroll. call unitedhealthcare today. since ameriprise financial was founded back in 1894, they've been committed to putting clients first. helping generations through tough times. good times. never taking a bailout. there when you need them. helping millions of americans ov
qualified submarine officers. nasa today gave us an unprecedented view of earth at night. it's a composite animation from hundreds of satellite pictures showing the lights of major cities, but also vast areas of darkness especially in less developed parts of the world. remember this picture. lyndon johnson taking the oath after the assassination of president kennedy. one of the last eyewitnesses in the picture died last night former texas congressman jack brooks. in his 42 years in the house, brooks not only witnessed history, he made it. he wrote the articles of impeachment against richard nixon. jack brooks was 89. making history and making music. we'll take five to remember jazz great dave brubeck next. ntly absorbed in small continuous amounts. citracal slow release continuously releases calcium plus d with efficient absorption in one daily dose. citracal slow release. i've been a superintendent for 30 some years at many different park service units across the united states. the only time i've ever had a break is when i was on maternity leave. i have retired from doing this one thi
space. nighttime view of the entire earth, released by nasa. but this is not the way the earth really looks. nasa had the composite images from satellites. they only show you what city lights, car lights, boat lights, auroras, things like that, even gas flames. they choose certain wavelengths and put this together. it's a beautiful view. it just came out. we thought we would bring it to you this morning. it's the way the earth should look. it's a cleaned-up version. we edit our pictures on facebook. >> not us. >> maybe. >> quick look at what the temperatures are doing today. these are some of the coldest temperatures we've seen so far this year. 21 degrees in new york. 21 in philly. look at the warmer air on the west coast. san francisco to l.a. sunshine from san francisco, sacramento, all the way to l.a. we'll give you the rest of the morning's weather in a moment. confessions of a serial killer. what he revealed about hiss deadly split personality. >>> and an abc news exclusive, the birth mother in that utah case speaks out. oh, it's great! now i can brew my coffee just the way i lo
. the hang glider was developed by techniques at nasa working on moon projects. and after the human being got to the moon in 1969, then the advent of the hang glider came out. now, that's upside down. wouldn't you ever predict that differently if you are basically a futurist a hundred years ago? you know, just a kite, man. just get a kite, big enough, huh? so sometimes, the succession doesn't always go as you would expect. just before. say again? just before. oh, hang glider, just before? yeah, it's even designed to bring back the gemini. and they said it wouldn't work. but somebody said, "well, hey, what about the--" how soon before, paul? about three years--four years. let me correct that. you know, gang, the hang glider-- [laughing] thanks, paul. you know, paul casey is a science writer, you know, and he's taking our class? he writes--he makes his living writing science articles. anyway, anyway, gang-- is this, gang, we have to be patient of where we are in our history. everything doesn't happen at once. we're still growing, you know? now, with this fusion, how come we don't have fusion po
this. and something that makes you step back, stunning pictures released from nasa looking down on america at night including staten island. we get to see this thanks to the heros who saw it with their own eyes. smie if you have seen -- >>> if you have seen this, that's us. it was captured from space. none of this would even be possible without the heros i just spoke with. as part of the special i am hosting on the 40th anniversary of the last moon walk. ahead of the show's debut this sunday at 9:00 p.m. eastern time on fox newschannel at a time we are looking at patriots going to remarkable heights. >>> the commander of a flight has the power to abort it, right? >> when you launch the commander -- >> liftoff, we have liftoff. >> something starts to go wrong and you are in air we had several modes of abort we could use. just a twist of a handle and we would abort. so we held his hand. we said, huh-uh, dave. you are not going to touch the abort handle. >> 15 seconds. >> we get out of the van and we are the only ones there. i look up and this thing is fully fueled, of course. it i
've never seen it before. nasa just released what it's calling black marble images of the planet at night. you might be familiar with seeing the earth during the day, which is known as blue marble photos. engineers say getting a picture this clear at this time of the day is extremely rare because of cloud cover and seasonal changes. stunning. >> still looks blue to me. but that's great. very nice. >>> time to get a check of weather and traffic. you'll want to listen up because we are in for a cold change. >> tom here with your forecast. good morning. >> we are still in the earth's shadow, the dark side of the earth. we've had a clear sky overnight and a northwest wind. it's cold. most of the region is at our below freezing. in fact, the 20s in much of the area. in northern montgomery county, as we get to the noon hour, should be around 40 degrees there. for much of the reason later this afternoon, we should be reaching the mid 40s. lots of sun with high clouds coming in. some changes moving in for tomorrow and the weekend. we'll look at that. your seven-day outlook in ten mince. danella h
dark. nasa released black marble images. you might be familiar with ones like these taken during the day, blue marble photos. getting a picture this clear is rare because of cloud cover and seasonal changes. >> that's great. let's check on the traffic. >> is the news great out there? >> a little bit better. i would like to say a lot better. the beltway was jammed. right now, a brief delay at rockville as you pass rockville pike and get closer to the tractor trailer crash. it's still blocking the right lane on i-270. crossing the american legion bridge is clear. once you get across the bridge, the right lane is blocked by road work. 66 eastbound at nutley, the tractor trailer is blocking the right shoulder. the travel lanes are open. back to you. >> thanks. >>> a fairfax county woman will have to remove her negative review of a contractor. she complained about repairs on her town home on yelp. she said some of her jewelry disappeared and the contractor had the only other key to her home. the judge says that goes too far and has to remove the jewelry accusation. >> people have the
some good news. nasa has confirmed there are no asteroids or other objects hurdling towards the earth. i'm afraid the mayans are wrong again. the world will not end on december 21st. fates will punish us for being overconfident. contrary to popular belief, it also won't probably end on the 31st either. washington and much of the media would like to have us believe that financial armageddon is around the corner. whether we find ourselves at the fiesta -- i'm like nixon on "laugh in." it's all the same to our next guest. he argues we need a morning after strategy because it's what we do after january 1st that makes all the difference. in the guest spot today jay peloski, an investment strategist. let me dust the confetti off the first question to you here. something that's been lost in the discussion here about the fiscal slope -- i will not call it the f word so they don't bomb me again here. something lost in the discussion is basically this is a discussion about austerity. about the dangers of austerity at this time for our economy. the flipside of that is and you've written about th
it before. nasa just released what they're calling black marble images of the planet at night. you might be familiar with seeing the earth during the day, which is known as blue marble photos. engineers say getting a picture this clear at that time of the day is extremely rare because of cloud cover and seasonal changes. >> yeah, look at that. >> beautiful. >> really nice. >>> the time right now is 5:21. time to get a check of weather and traffic on the 1s and get ready for a cold little blast when you step outside. >> what's going on out there? >> we're in the earth's shadow now and it is cold here. we've got the festive lights that are now lighting up many neighborhoods and it's certainly now feeling like the holidays. it's down into the 20s. much of the region, we've dropped about 40 degrees here in the last 36 hours and it will be at our below freezing most of the region from the mountains and the valleys all the way through 8:00. we will climb to near 40 by noontime and into the mid 40s by afternoon time. the four-day forecast showing clouds moving in tonight. i think we're going to
while it exists from way up in space. nasa just released these pretty spectacular images of earth at night. taken from a new satellite. dense galaxy clusters come alive there in the dark. the remarkably detailed views even show brightly lit boats along the nile river. flames from mideast oil exploration and raging wildfires in australia. that is detailed. >> i think my kids night light in new york city showed up there too. >>> a look at your weather, everybody. rain, mountain snow in the northwest. a chance of showers, denver, des moines, ohio valley, scattered showers in the northeast. coldest air of the season for the northeast. bundle up. >> yes, 39 in boston. 42 in new york. 40s from detroit, to the twin city. pacific norlthwest. >> icicles in there. >>> this time of year the stories are great to see. the kind where people are giving gifts rather than buying them. what? altruism. >> even better when the gifts are given with nothing expected in return. in tennessee, an anonymous donor dropped 48, $100 bills into a red kettle outside a k mart in chattanooga. a note said please g
antes de despedirme, comparto el video, la nasa dio a conocer la hermosa imagen de nuestro planeta, en zonas se ven luces de la ciudad. cuando es de noche, pues este mapa de la tierra fue compuesto por fotografÍas de varios satelitos, durante 22 dÍas de alta resoluciÓn y buena calidad, se aseguraron que el cielo estuviera despejado para que quedara nitido y disfrutar de ello. es todo, gracias por acompaÑarnos, energÍa positiva, nos vemos maÑana, continuamos con mÁs de "primer impacto." >>> gracias jackie. >>> una nube toxica sembrÓ el pÁnico en argentina, algunos residentes en buenos aires huyeron de sus casas, por el extraÑo olor y efectos del peligroso material que se dispersÓ luego de un incendio en un barco, hasta ahora autoridad no descifraron el quÍmico que estaba en el contenedor se estima que los efectos no son graves para la salud. >>> mientras algunos en washington celebraron la ley que le permite fumar marihuana, y abren puertas para el consumo de marihuama medicinal, en nueva jersey, un niÑo de 6 aÑos consume una forma liquida que no tiene efectos tÓxicos, el
. kevin ford doesn't have to wait for nasa to release picture like that. he sees views from space every day. he is the commander of the international space station. just a warning before we start speaking, there's about an eight-second delay because we're transmitting a long way this morni morning. so is it morning or night up there, kevin? >> it's already afternoon on board the space station. and we've already done an almost what feels like to me a full day's work. i have a little bit more work after the interview right now. so right now we are in a night pass. we are in the northern hemisphere right now out over the pacific ocean. it's dark outside right now. we'll be in light in just a matter of about ten minutes. >> i was just going to ask you that. how can you tell the difference between night and day? because, you know, in my mind it's always dark up there. >> well, the -- space is dark but, of course, when we're on the sun side of the earth, we're in full lumination and have the reflection of the earth below us, beautiful blue earth and we're in daylight. only on the back side of
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